The Braves are a miracle, a dream and an embarrassment rolled into one

Tuesday was a moment of contrasts for Major League Baseball regarding political correctness. First, Cleveland's franchise removed the "Indians" scripted logo above its scoreboard at Progressive Field in anticipation of a name change to "Guardians" next season. Then Atlanta's franchise won the World Series over the Astros in Houston as the "Braves," and their fans chopped and chanted into the night as if they were auditioning as fake Native Americans for a John Wayne movie from the 1930s.

The Braves are a miracle, a dream and an embarrassment rolled into one
Tuesday was a moment of contrasts for Major League Baseball regarding political correctness. First, Cleveland's franchise removed the "Indians" scripted logo above its scoreboard at Progressive Field in anticipation of a name change to "Guardians" next season. Then Atlanta's franchise won the World Series over the Astros in Houston as the "Braves," and their fans chopped and chanted into the night as if they were auditioning as fake Native Americans for a John Wayne movie from the 1930s.